Queen Elizabeth in deep sorrow: “With sorrow …”

Queen Elizabeth from around the world is mourning, some international media reports.

The 96-year-old monarch will celebrate 70 full years on the throne, and the grand event will take place in just a few days.

The Queen is one of the few royals to have sat on the throne for so long, that it deserves to be celebrated with a brak and a bram.

She has had some difficult years behind her, full of family scandals and the loss of her beloved husband.

It must be hard to lose the person you love the most almost at the same time because there is a big split.

Photo: Arthur Edwards / AP / NTB

The controversy I mean is, of course, the choice of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan to retire from royal duties.

In a major interview with American Oprah Winfrey, Meghan and Harry got in touch with the British royal family and made some sharp claims.

Among other things, the couple reported racism within the royal family, which has not been confirmed by other sources.

It’s time for some celebration and joy for the British royal family, but now, just days before his 70th birthday, the sad news of his death has arrived.

Queen Elizabeth is in mourning.

Losing a close friend

Both of them Hello! Magazine and See and hear can report that Queen Elizabeth has lost a close friend.

The news comes just days before the queen’s 70th birthday and may have dampened the accusations.

It was Leser Piggott who had lost his life, the queen’s favorite jockey – also known as the racing driver in Norway.

Lester is said to be 86 years old.

Lester Piggott’s son-in-law, William Haggas, confirmed the sad news.

Queen Elizabeth and Lester Piggott in 2019. Photo: Glyn Kirk / AFP / NTB

This appears in the death message:

– We are sad to confirm that Lester passed away peacefully in Switzerland this morning.

According to Se og Hør, Lester Piggott will have a total of 4,493 wins, including nine Epsom Derby wins.

He is said to have been considered one of the greatest in his sport, and in 1975 he received an OBE – The British Empire Order.

Unfortunately, he lost that title in 1987 when he was jailed for three years for tax evasion.

Sad to hear that Queen Elizabeth has lost a close friend – England has also lost a great athlete.

Rest in peace.

Henrietta Fairbank

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